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MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW, Volume 12, No. 3, 2012

Staged-Fault Testing of Distance Protection Relay Settings
J. Havelka1, R. Malarić1, K. Frlan2
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Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University in Zagreb, Unska 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia, juraj.havelka@fer.hr 2 HEP- Transmission System Operator, M. Tita 166, Opatija, Croatia, kristijan.frlan@hep.hr

In order to analyze the operation of the protection system during induced fault testing in the Croatian power system, a simulation using the CAPE software has been performed. The CAPE software (Computer-Aided Protection Engineering) is expert software intended primarily for relay protection engineers, which calculates current and voltage values during faults in the power system, so that relay protection devices can be properly set up. Once the accuracy of the simulation model had been confirmed, a series of simulations were performed in order to obtain the optimal fault location to test the protection system. The simulation results were used to specify the test sequence definitions for the end-to-end relay testing using advanced testing equipment with GPS synchronization for secondary injection in protection schemes based on communication. The objective of the end-to-end testing was to perform field validation of the protection settings, including verification of the circuit breaker operation, telecommunication channel time and the effectiveness of the relay algorithms. Once the end-to-end secondary injection testing had been completed, the induced fault testing was performed with three-end lines loaded and in service. This paper describes and analyses the test procedure, consisting of CAPE simulations, end-to-end test with advanced secondary equipment and staged-fault test of a three-end power line in the Croatian transmission system. Keywords: Distance protection, three-end line, Croatian power system, protection, fault, simulation, teleprotection scheme, communication

1. INTRODUCTION

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HE OBJECTIVE of staged-fault testing in the Croatian power system was to evaluate the performance of the distance teleprotection scheme [1], to collect fault data [2] and verify coverage [3] on a three-end line due to in feed/out feed effects. The 110 kV three-end line in the western part of the Croatian power system known as the Istrian peninsula has been recently added to improve fault clearing times and transient energy flows associated with a specific power system configuration. Since a three line structure is otherwise not present in the Croatian power system, this three-end line has provided good base for analysis and data collection. The Istrian peninsula has two thermal power plants, one of 156 MVA at the voltage level of 110 kV and the second of 263 MVA at the voltage level of 220 kV, both situated at the same site. Each fault, regardless of its type and location is fed directly and indirectly from those power plants, as the only strong sources in the region. The unevenness of the power flow and fault current contribution can lead to wrong operation of distance protection relays. In order to improve safety of the power system, two new 110 kV lines were constructed. One of them is a three–end line, for which a teleprotection distance scheme was implemented. Distance zone settings were calculated using the CAPE software [4], in which simulations for different faults and network configurations were performed. Three-end lines are not common in the Croatian power system, and the analyzed line is the first of this kind in the western part of the Croatian power system. This was one of the reasons why it was decided to test the protection system using staged-fault testing. Due to the fact that this kind of testing requires considerable preparations, the work was divided into three main steps:

1. voltage values during each fault for end-to-end testing 2. GPS synchronized [5] end-to-end testing in order to analyze the relay settings and telecommunication system 3. Staged-fault testing 2. CROATIAN POWER SYSTEM The Croatian power system is interconnected with the systems of the neighboring countries and together with them it is connected into the European ENTSO-E (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity) synchronous network. As for its size, the Croatian power system (PS) is one of the smallest PSs in Europe, but due to its geographical position and location it is important for northern and western ENTSO-E interconnection. The Croatian PS transmission is governed independently by HEP Transmission System Operator, which is divided into four transmission areas. Analyzed part of the Croatian power system is shown in Fig.1. The western area which is of concern in this paper consists of a developed 110 kV and 220 kV network and two thermal power plants: Plomin 1 (156 MVA) at the voltage level of 110 kV and Plomin 2 (263 MVA) at the voltage level of 220 kV. Since these thermal power plants are on the same site, the 220 kV and 110 kV voltage levels are interconnected through 3 autotransformers rated at 150 MVA each. The thermal power plants are connected to 2 major substations: Melina 400/220/110 kV and Pehlin 220/110 kV with two lines at the voltage level of 220 kV and one with 110 kV to the remaining part of the Croatian power system. In the north of the Istrian peninsula there is a 110 kV interconnection with the Slovenian TSO (Fig.2).

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Due to uneven fault current distribution the impedance „seen“ by the distance relay is not always the actual line impedance from a relay terminal to the point of fault. provided that the distance protection function has picked up. is fed directly and indirectly from the thermal power plant Plomin 220/110 kV as the only strong source.1 24. Zone 1 distance functions must be set in such a way as not to overreach the opposite line end. RELAY PROTECTION SYSTEM CONFIGURATION A. Thus. Table 1. the impedance „seen“ by the relay depends upon the current contributions from the other terminals. No. Western part of the Croatian PS Three-end line TPP Plomin . the allocation of these distance protection devices with teleprotection scheme was chosen as the main protection for the multi-terminal line Plomin-Sijana-Vincent.832+j13. but it is temporarily in service at the 110 kV voltage level. while the overreaching zone. This is because the relay measures impedances based on the voltage drop between its location and the fault and the line current at its location. Each fault. By simulating faults using the CAPE software in different locations of the protected line the conclusion was reached that the relay in the substation TPP Plomin does not misoperate during fault location calculation. 3.1. The unevenness of the current distribution in the network was the main problem during the planning stage of the distance teleprotection scheme.SS Sijana – SS Vincent The three-end line between substations Plomin – Sijana – Vincent was constructed as a 220 kV overhead line.8 3.34 10. The distance protection algorithm determines the distance to the fault location based on measured analog values (current and voltage). The length of each branch of the line is given in Table 1.22 Z0[Ω] 6. The main issue when setting the relay protection system is difference in line length of each branch and uneven fault current distribution. and particularly in substation Vincent.541+j10. it was not possible to adjust the relay at 85-90 percent of the protected line. It also contributes to balancing the distribution of the fault current which improves the operation of the relay protection system. Regardless of the relay scheme in which they are employed.11 ZD [Ω] 1.83 2. 112 . In the case of a fault inside the Z1 zone. 2012 The main distance protection on all lines is of electromechanical.92+j10. Thus. The problem encountered during the setting and commissioning of the devices was the fact that the relays are produced by different manufacturers with different firmware.62+j39. Distance protection settings Although differential protection scheme might be a better option for the protection of the three-end line.17 1. The signal received there initiates the trip. Typical settings would be 85 to 90 percent of the positive sequence line impedance. The relays were set in such a way that Zone 1 (Z1) of each relay reaches beyond the tap point. regardless of its type and location. static and numerical type.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW. two remaining ends.04+j26.1 3.2. the transfer trip signal is sent to the opposite line end.85 12. The picked up zone (the overreaching zone) is most commonly set to 120 . protection devices used at the line ends are distance numerical relays which were already installed at each substation. Three end line data BRANCH: Plomin – Junction point Vincent – Junction point Sijana – Junction point LENGT H [KM] 33. This type of teleprotection scheme requires reliable telecommunication infrastructure for the operation criteria transmission from one line end to the other. Therefore. Volume 12. which at Fig. Z2) [8]. or in this instance. Particular flows of energy during faults in the western power system are caused by its configuration. Croatian Power System Fig.214+j4.130 % of the protected line (Zone 2. This can be caused either by fault resistance or in/out-feed event. Permissive underreaching transfer trip scheme (PUTT) was chosen as the teleprotection scheme [7]. which can result in incorrect operation [6]. while the relays in substation SS Sijana. do.

3 seconds AR is permitted only after the relay operation in Zone 1 (Z1). No. Fig.3. Fig.e. Relay setting for SS Sijana 113 . telecommunication devices. Relay setting for SS Vincent B. respectively. The latter receives this analog frequency signal and transforms it into a digital signal which is sent via digital network to other relays. The relay operating in Zone 1 (Z1) issues a trip signal for its breaker and also a transfer trip signal which is sent to other two relays at the same time. 2012 the same time accelerates relay operation with the reception of transfer trip signal. protection settings are the same because of the connection transformer in PP Plomin (220kV/110kV). During relay operation in Z1 the transfer trip signal is sent to two remaining relays using two routes.auto-reclosure (AR) of a single-phase trip with dead time of 1. If the telecommunication system is out of operation. If exchange of the signal for supervision is interrupted.single-phase trip for single-phase faults and three-phase trip for multi-phase faults . As relay selectivity is not met in that case.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW. and of a three-phase trip with dead time of 0.5. The devices exchange analog signals of 2720 Hz between themselves which are transformed into a digital signal and transferred to the chosen destination. SS Sijana and SS Vincent. for the relays at TPP Plomin. it means that the communication line is interrupted and the entire protection system cannot work properly. Relay setting for TPP Plomin Fig. 4 and 5 show the relay settings calculated using CAPE software. the telecommunication system should be repaired as soon as possible. was extended to Zone 4 (Z4). Fig. The signal transmission is continuously under supervision. or after the reception of transfer trip signal with pick up in overreaching zone. . To increase the reliability of the telecommunication system. then each relay works independent of each other. 3.3. the system configuration is deployed with redundant connections. Fig. i.6 is a block diagram representation of how the telecommunication system operates in case the relay at TPP Plomin issues a permissive transfer trip signal. Volume 12. and in the second route the signal receiving telecommunication device redirects it to the relay which is not the source of the signal. The first route is a direct connection between relays. The first telecommunication device receives the permissive signal for faster operation as a voltage impulse.4.When PP Plomin is out of operation for maintenance. Telecommunication System Configuration Telecommunication among relays is achieved with telecommunication devices meant for transmission of teleprotection controls and the digital network. Tripping logic was set in the following way: . transforms it into analog frequency signal (frequency of 887 Hz) and sends it to the second telecommunication device.2 seconds.

6 ∠12.441° 0. It should be mentioned that all three power line ends were sources of the short circuit current. generators.549° 3963.000 ∠ .167.807° 572. That is the reason why this location was selected. 3.86.77.2 ∠ .875° 1164.354° 574. This tower is located on 49.529° 0.6 ∠ .78.167.876° IL3 120 ∠90. The results from the CAPE simulations are shown in Table 2. Table 3 shows voltages at buses for the fault at tower 49 for different fault types.2 ∠ . that is.86. It was decided that the tower number 49 on the line TPP Plomin 1 – T junction would be the point of fault testing.173. According to the simulations the relays at Sijana and Vincent make the biggest miscalculations of the fault location. It calculates current and voltage values during faults in the power system.136.37° / 114 . Due to tripping logic setting (1/3p trip/AR).872° 0. 4. The program modules contained in this software enable the analysis of power system abnormality.8 ∠ . Using the Short Circuit module [9] and Coordination Graphic module [4] the tower number 49 was chosen as the simulations showed that the fault on this point is inside the Z1 of the relay at TPP Plomin.978° / 1568.4 ∠ . two different fault types were simulated. so that appropriate settings of relay protection devices can be chosen.4 ∠123. Table 2.791° 1311 ∠ .6.342° / 551. The CAPE (Computer-Aided Protection Engineering) software has been already in use for several years in the HEP TSO.4 ∠ . 16. SIMULATIONS IN CAPE SOFTWARE In order to obtain general guidelines regarding the system operation during fault testing in the network.413° 3963. Volume 12.6 ∠82.2 ∠ .61. circuit breakers and relay protection devices. In this way the relays as well as the telecommunication systems for the transmission of criteria for distance protection operation (transfer trip signal) can be tested for the worst case scenario. single line-to-ground and a lineto-line fault. Current contributions for the fault at tower 49 for different fault types LOCATION PLOMIN ŠIJANA VINČENT FAULT TYPE L1-E L2-L3 L1-E L2-L3 L1-E L2-L3 I [A] (SIMULATED RELAY CURRENT) IL1 3906.0 ∠ .MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW.628° 11.395° 130.234 km away from TPP Plomin.683° 1164. Telecommunication system operation 4.609° 130. measuring transformers.4 ∠123. No. 2012 Fig.2 ∠12. and inside Z2 for the relays at SS Sijana and SS Vincent.79.4 ∠ . with the additional possibility of adding all the elements of the power system important for the functioning of the relay protection system: lines.6 ∠ . It is commercially available expert software intended primarily for relay protection engineers. 10. 12].0 ∠6.181° IL2 120 ∠90. as well as future network planning.46 % of the line length.81.351° 11.77.6 ∠89. transformers. the simulation by the CAPE software was performed [9.143° 574.136° 3I0 3667.

115.7° 44.3814 ∠ .7° 43. enter the test time and then initiate the test.7° 38. Its objective is to perform a complete check of the new system protection scheme.2110 ∠ . Voltage at buses for the fault at tower 49 for different fault types LOCATION PLOMIN ŠIJANA VINČENT FAULT TYPE L1-E L2-L3 L1-E L2-L3 L1-E L2-L3 PHASE VOLTAGE AT RELAY LOCATION [KV] VL1 32.234 km) as described in section 4. In such a way the protection system could be checked for single line-to-ground faults.115. 16]. fault and post-fault condition. were used.5078 ∠ .1° VL2 62. telecommunication channels and the effectiveness of relay settings in service. Fig. 49th tower from Plomin to the tap point. Test definition (location and types of faults) CAPE software was used to simulate faults in the location chosen for primary tests.0° 65.7. 16. Settings for pre-fault conditions were the same for all the relays.0985 ∠ .2° VL3 61.7 shows the waveform of the sequence definition for the single lineto-ground fault. The test procedure was defined as follows: 1) The test instruments are set up with the GPS synchronized time base.5550 ∠116.149. Sequence definition End-to-end testing was executed by using the so-called „state sequencer“ (program module).0985 ∠ . No. including verification of circuit breaker operation [14].1679 ∠0.150.2° 61.1° 31.0° 5. The current value for the pre-fault condition was 300 A.). The fault conditions were extracted from the Short Circuit module of the CAPE software. Test implementation Three testing devices for secondary testing are interconnected by means of the GPS system.0226 ∠151. which is the usual line loading. Three Omicron testing devices with the GPS module synchronized via the GPS system.2° 62. 2) The computer is set up running the test simulation software and connected to one of the instruments. select the appropriate test.1384 ∠ . The prepared tests are initiated when GPS module gets a signal from the satellite and sends it to the testing device (Fig. B.8468 ∠115. as well as phase-tophase faults. fault and post-fault) A.8° 37. C.6° 38.6° 62. 3. 115 .6609 ∠137.2367 ∠ . In regard to that the Omicron testing system was used in the end-to-end testing.116.7° 36.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW. Each sequence consists of a prefault.3104 ∠150. each in a different substation.7378 ∠ . on 49. 2012 Table 3. Timing accuracy is suitable for any kind of teleprotection scheme and no user correction for geographic location is needed.0.6300 ∠ .8.8468 ∠115. Simulated faults were L1-E and L2-L3.0.0° 65. In such a way the three test sequence in three different locations starts at the same time. 3) The engineers at each end communicate. The test is usually performed when a new substation is commissioned or during relay refurbishment projects. Phasor values sequence definition for endtoend testing for single linetoground fault D.0.138.1679 ∠0. The procedure and objectives of the end–to-end testing were specified as follows: 1) Protection schemes (schematics and relay settings) 2) Three teams (2 engineers on each side) 3) Synchronization test 4) Software and modules for end-to-end test 5) Test definition (location and types of faults) 6) Sequence definitions for all sides (pre-fault. Current and voltage values obtained through simulation using the CAPE software were used for the development of the sequences adjusted to each particular relay depending on the location in which it was installed.2° 65.e. Software and modules for end-to-end testing High precision and speed of measurement was important [15. Volume 12.2° 62. i.46 % of the line length (that is. END-TO-END TESTING The most common application of GPS-synchronized secondary injection end-to-end relay testing [13] is to verify line protection schemes of newly installed relays.8175 ∠0. Fig.1° 32.

The power of analog frequency signal. .9. 6. When the receiver time equals the test time. Signals exceeding this level are distorted. and with 1 ms interval for the relay in SS Sijana. The other telecommunication device transforms such a signal into a digital signal. and 404 ms to SS Vincent.After the analysis of numerical relay records from three different locations the following results were obtained: .3 s). The relay in TPP Plomin operated without delay.7 km for the simulated fault L1-N.9.relay in SS Sijana receives the transfer trip signal 48 ms after fault inception and issues an order for tripping.5 ms for the relays in SS/TPP Plomin and SS Vincent.e. so the relay issued an order for definitive three-pole tripping. The analog frequency signal for transfer trip which is sent to other relays has the adjusted power of -5 dB. which received it 428 ms later. Relay recording of the two-phase fault on the three-end line The setting logic in the relay in SS Sijana does not permit AR cycle if the reception of the signal for acceleration is late more than 200 ms after the occurrence of fault. 3. as well as the SS Vincent.6 % of the line length. and the relays in SS Sijana and SS Vincent operated after the reception of the transfer trip signal (otherwise they would have operated with delay time of 500 ms – Zone 2).relay in TPP Plomin issues an order to trip the fault phase 24 ms after the occurrence of fault. . THE ACTUAL TWO-PHASE FAULT ON THE THREE-END LINE A few days after the secondary end-to-end testing there was a two-phase fault (L1-L2) on the three-end line.9 shows the relay recording of the fault for the relays at Plomin and Vincent. Both the analog and digital signals are shown in Fig. but only due to the fact that switches in TPP Plomin (unsuccessful AR) and SS Sijana (definitive tripping) were already switched off at the time. No. Endtoend relay testing system configuration During examination the line was not in operation. In TPP Plomin there was a cycle of unsuccessful three-phase AR (dead time of 0. is adjusted at -12 dB. Fig. 16. that is.8. which can vary ± 1 dB. The test phasor values and test time are loaded via RS232 from the software running on the computer to the test instrument. i. 15. Test results Analysis of relay operation was performed based on the records by numerical relays which were sampled at 0. due to bad weather conditions.5 % of the line length. According to the records from the telecommunication devices and relays it is obvious that there was a signal transmission delay.based on the injected secondary values the relay detected fault on 47. Volume 12. The relay in SS Vincent managed to operate a cycle of three-phase AR. . Fig. Signal transmission took 294 ms to SS Sijana. which is transferred via digital network to the other end of the line. as compared to the relay in SS Vincent. Signal transmission takes 31 ms. Signal transmission takes 24 ms. According to the fault record the relay in SS Sijana received the transfer trip signal 318 ms after the fault inception. Fig. as the relays at the other line ends did not operate simultaneously. the test data are replayed synchronously at each end of the line. . The fault location was such that the relay in TPP Plomin detected the fault in Z1 and issued an order to switch the circuit breaker off and to transfer trip signal toward other relays 24 ms after the fault inception. After the analysis of the observed occurrence the following conclusions were reached. b. 2012 4) The test then runs automatically: a.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW. The tests were performed for simulated fault L1-N without operation on the circuit breaker. which the first telecommunication device sends to the other end of the line with the purpose of checking the connection. E. The allowed power of analog signal which can be transformed into digital signal is limited to -4 dB. the teleprotection system failed in operation and the line was outaged.5 ms intervals of 0. and on 49. the relay in SS Sijana in Z2.relay in TPP Plomin issues an order to send the transfer trip signal 24 ms after the fault inception. The relay in TPP Plomin detected a simulated fault in Z1. The obtained data show satisfactory operation of the protection system along with the communication part for the transmission of acceleration signal. L2-L3 without operation on the circuit breaker and L1-N with operation on the circuit breaker. The 116 .4 km for the simulated fault L2-L3. The time decoded from the GPS receiver and the test time from the program are continually compared. The relays in other locations detected the fault in overreaching zone and could operate in an accelerated way only after receiving the transfer trip signal.relay in SS Vincent receives the transfer trip signal 55 ms after fault inception and issues an order for tripping. c. In spite of the end-to-end testing a few days before.

the insulating string was cut off. i. It turned out that the above-mentioned adjustments of the telecommunication system were not satisfactory. so the fault is fed only from SS Vincent. Amplification of signal is possible due to the growth of potential. Transfer of this acceleration order takes 37 ms.11. 63 ms after fault inception fault current increases in SS Sijana and SS Vincent due to breaker switching in TPP Plomin which first tripped.power of signal sent as the order for the transfer trip remained -5 dB. The unsuccessful fault clearance of actual fault while the line was in service confirmed our decision to perform a staged-fault testing.location determined by the relay to the fault location is 51. . Values in the analysis relevant to the comparison of relay operation were fault inception moment and fault current interruption: . STAGED-FAULT ANALYSIS After readjustment of parameters on the telecommunication devices.strength limitation of signal transformed into a digital signal was adjusted to 0 dB.10).11.e.04 % of the line length. 117 . A. Fault current stops 122 ms after fault inception. the line was outaged and a thin wire (1 mm2) was fastened to the phase L2. A thin wire was fastened to phase L1 and moved aside with insulating string. i. Fig. receives the transfer trip signal 54 ms after fault inception and issues an order to trip the faulty phase. Transfer of this acceleration order takes 26 ms. No.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW. the staged-fault tests on the 49th tower from TPP Plomin to the tap point took place (49. Such a distorted signal was transformed by the second converter into a digital signal and sent to the other line end. so the fault is fed from SS Sijana and SS Vincent.e.67 km. receives the transfer trip signal 65 ms after fault inception and issues an order to trip the faulty phase. 16. so the values in the telecommunication devices were changed in the following way: .10.1 %.13). while fault current stops 63 ms after fault inception. Analog and digital values during L2-E fault testing - - Fig. Volume 12. and due to power limit became distorted. After switching on the line the string was cut off and the wire fell on the phase L2 which resulted in two-phase fault L1-L2 (Fig. 3.relay in TPP Plomin issues a command to trip the faulty phase. relay in SS Sijana detects fault in Z2. and the transfer trip signal 28 ms after fault inception. The transformation of such digital signal at the other end resulted in the delay of signal reception for the acceleration of relay operation. which resulted in the fault L2-E. the fault stops entirely 133 ms after fault inception following the relay operation in SS Vincent. . . The experience based conclusion was reached that such a digital signal that was transmitted did not have a satisfactory form. During the second testing (fault L1-L2) the same procedure as for the L2-E fault was applied. so all the relays successfully completed the cycle of the singlephase AR. Single-phase Fault Analysis Analog values and digital signals recorded by numerical relays during the L2-E fault are shown in Fig. - miscalculation in determining this location is +2. 122 ms after fault inception fault current increases in SS Vincent as the consequence of breaker switching in SS Sijana. Fault current stops 133 ms after fault inception.Power of signal used for checking the connection between the converters was adjusted to -6 dB.9 km. After switching on the line. which is 70 ms after fault current interruption in TPP Plomin. Due to the arrangement of conductors on the 49th tower the L2-E and L1-L2 tests took place (Fig. the wire fell on the tower which is earthed.46 %. 7. relay in SS Vincent detects fault in Z2. and moved aside from the tower with insulating string. 16. Conductor arrangement on the 49th tower Before testing. 2012 analysis showed that the transfer trip signal (adjusted power of -5 dB) crossed the limit of -4 dB. resonant occurrences etc.234 km). 0.

46 % of the line length.13 shows the arc lightening during the L1-L2 testing on the tower. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS The values of the staged-fault testing were also used to verify the accuracy of the CAPE network model of the western part of the Croatian PS.e. Double-phase Fault Analysis Fig.relay in TPP Plomin issues a command for three-phase trip. location of the fault and the fault resistances were well known.12 shows analog values and digital signals recorded by numerical relays during the L1-L2 fault. 3. . Transfer of this acceleration order takes 26 ms. which is 59 ms after fault current interruption in TPP Plomin 118 .location determined by the relay to the fault location is 47. B. Transfer of this acceleration order takes 31 ms. receives the transfer trip signal 54 ms after fault inception and issues a command for three-phase tripping.734 km. Arc flashing during L1 –L2 fault testing 8.relay in SS Sijana detects fault in Z2.14. and the transfer trip signal 28 ms after fault inception. - - - - relay in TPP Plomin issues a command for breaker closure 321 ms after fault inception. the pre-fault current is set to zero. Values in the analysis relevant to the comparison of relay operation were fault inception moment and fault current interruption: . According to the record of the logical signal as to the position of the breaker. the algorithm used for COMTRADE [17] export does not support the breaker operation. i. relay in SS Sijana issues an order for breaker closure 392 ms after fault inception. and the relays operated as predicted in the simulation.0 %.miscalculation in determining this location is -2.13. it was switched 382 ms after fault inception. Fault current stops 120 ms after fault inception. It is important to notice that since CAPE software for HEP TSO does not support the power flow. . Fault current stops 130 ms after fault inception. Analysis of analog values shows that the difference between the simulated values of the CAPE software and the values obtained from the numerical relay records are satisfactory.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW. 2012 The moment of signal for breaker closing operation through the relay AR operation is not shown because of a long dead time of 1. i. since the network topology. -0. receives the transfer trip signal 59 ms after fault inception and issues a command for three-phase tripping. . According to the record of the logical signal as to the position of the breaker. 15. No.e. After the staged-fault testing the relay recordings were of great value to determine the accuracy of the model. the fault stops entirely 130 ms after fault inception following the relay operation in SS Vincent. relay in SS Vincent issues a command for breaker closure 378 ms after fault inception.5 km. Fig. while fault current stops 71 ms after fault inception.2 s which could not be shown in the same figure. it was switched 490 ms after fault inception all relays successfully completed the cycle of the threephase AR. Apart from that. so the simulated fault current cannot be stopped. A. The simulated faults in the network were used for the sequence definition for the endto-end testing. Volume 12. Analog and digital values during L1-L2 fault testing - - relay in SS Vincent detects fault in Z2. According to the record of the logical signal as to the position of the breaker. Fig. The graphical record of the simulation was captured with a dedicated algorithm in CAPE for creating COMTRADE Fig.12. Result comparison for single line-to-ground fault The comparison of the single line-to-ground fault record form the relay and CAPE simulation are shown in numerical values in Table 4 and in graphical representation in Fig. it was switched 522 ms after fault inception.

2 %.52 KA 0. Similar to the comparison for SS Sijana.24 KA 36.0 7.0 -120. It can be seen that the difference between the relay and simulation Fig. for the relay in SS Vincent the current has one value at the fault inception. The highest difference is for the relay at SS Sijana. This is due to the breaker operation in TPP Plomin. Table 5. It can be seen that the difference between the relay and simulation recordings is satisfactory.55 KA 33.5 7.55 KA 0.0 -89.0 -29.3 KV -51.2 The interesting point in Fig. and the change of current flow in the network.8 -14.61 KA 37.67 -74.1 5. Volume 12.7 KV 38.S.6 KV 1.2 14. PHASE [DEG] CAPE R.47 KA 3.1 -22.15.8 158.2 KV 35.08 KA 37.0 -164.7 172. groundings.) are needed.3 -25. 3.6 Fig.8 1..15. except for SS Vincent where the difference is the highest.9 8.0 KV 41.5 -15.3 6. 3. 119 . The values were then replayed in MATLAB software and compared with the relay recordings.04 KA 1.7 -83.M.7 CAPE SIMULATION R.47 KA 39.8 DIFFERENCE [%] 4.7 102. and this value increases when the relay at Plomin operates and issues a trip.0 12. 21 %.8 67. Comparison of relay and simulation currents for single linetoground fault B. No.8 21. Comparison of relay and simulation currents for double-phase fault After the analysis of the relay and simulation currents it was concluded that the simulated network complies with the staged-fault results.9 128.MEASUREMENT SCIENCE REVIEW.6 3.3 5.8 -96.0 133.8 KV 0.3 12. The voltage difference is the highest for the relay at SS Vincent and it amounts 12 %.5 KV 36.3 166.4 158.4 7.4 -60.M.35 KA 32. Result comparison for single linetoground fault (faulty phase) RELAY R.0 119.8 -47. Nevertheless.0 162. Result comparison for doublephase fault (faulty phases) RELAY RECORDING R.S.1 KV 0. The graphical record of the simulation was captured in COMTRADE format. The values were then replayed in MATLAB and compared with the relay recordings.2 166.24 KA 32. and it amounts 19.14 is the amplification of the relay current.M.4 150.3 KV 0.9 KV 0.2 KV SIMULATION PHASE [DEG] DIFFERENCE [%] 10.8 109. 3. The final increase is due to the relay operation in Sijana.56 KA 32.2 -44. Table 4.0 163. PHASE [DEG] PLOMIN IL1 IL2 VL1 VL2 SIJANA IL1 IL2 VL1 VL2 VINCENT IL1 IL2 VL1 VL2 3.8 19.75 KA 42.2 -89.M.0 119.S. 2012 files of the fault. Result comparison for phase-to-phase fault The comparison of the two phase-to-ground fault record from the relay and CAPE simulation are shown in numerical values in Table 5 and in graphical representation in Fig.59 KA 59.S.0 KV 1.88 KA 3.6 KV 40.5 KV 1.45 KA 63.24 KA 1.7 KV 1. and it can be used in future simulations.4 -10.0 5.14..8 1.0 132.5 KV -30.9 KV RECORDING PHASE [DEG] recordings is satisfactory.4 24. PLOMIN IL2 VL2 SIJANA IL2 VL2 VINCENT IL2 VL2 3.71 KA 36. future improvements of the network and updating with additional data (mutual couplings.0 KV 39.1 -47.

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